From the past few days, the REvil ransomware operators have been publishing various big data leaks such as the data leak of Agromart Group, the Elexon Corporation, and several others. In this instance, they targeted Plaza Collection Ltd and leaked their confidential data online.
Plaza Collection Ltd is a family-run company established in 1982. They started life as a simple door-to-door sales business, but in the decades since have grown and developed into a renowned fashion retailer, catering for both the wholesale and direct sales markets. The unwaveringly dedicated work ethic that brought them to this point is still a cornerstone of our business, and as a result, we continue to grow in both size and reputation. Their ethos is that fashion should have no barriers and that whatever customer’s shape or size, one should be able to wear fun and fashionable clothes that reflect the customer’s individual sense of style. They supply collections across the high street, to online retailers and direct to consumers, and currently manufacture from India, China, Turkey, Romania, as well as the UK. On average they supply 25,000 garments to a range of customers every week. All their clothes are designed in the UK and manufactured to the very highest standards, and they have recently expanded their production capacity to keep up with the increasing demand for their brands.
Below is the message been posted by REvil ransomware operators on their blog-:
The Cyble Research Team has verified and reported this data leak. The data leak includes sensitive and corporate operational documents and data of the company such as the company’s customer’s details, employees’ details (including passports of some employees as well), Insurance documents, and much more. Below are few snapshots of sensitive data and documents being leaked by the ransomware operators.
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